Monday, April 03, 2006

macZOT is having a special event today.
If over 259 people blog about AppZapper we can recieve it for free.
Check it out:

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

You have always asked yourself, how can I make my air quote more rock and roll?
Well I have the answer, thanks to SNL.
Instead of using your index and middle finger to perform the patented quoting movements, use your index and baby finger. If you use your thumb to hold down you middle and ring finger you complete the rock air quote.
From now on I expect to only see rock air quotes.

Friday, December 02, 2005

I have decided to abandon my blog nagging and replace it with nagging on people who forget how to drive in the snow.
Why do people forget how to drive in the snow?
It is as though they abandon every rule they were taught and replace it with '#'the snow rules'#' (those are rock air-quotes, not just regular air quotes.)
I think that everybody should take drivers ed and then practice driving in the snow until they realize that it is no different. They need to learn how to control their car in these conditions so they can then drive normally.

Friday, November 25, 2005

Three: Truth or Lies

There is no way to tell the facts from the fiction. When you are reading about someone's so-called life is it the truth? Did they exaggerate? Did they lie? Did they make it up? Do you know?

The answer is NO.

When you are talking to people in person you can read their face, or even on the phone, you can read their voice. But you can not online.

Maybe I am missing some law about blogs being the full truth and nothing but the truth, but I doubt it.

Can you trust any blog source, even a scholarly one, especially one without sources and pour grammar.

Psh. Blogs, they infuriate me.

Monday, November 21, 2005

TWO: The Brain Dump.

blogs have no formal composition they are like brain diahria with horrible spelling mistakes no punctuation and so much rambling that keeps rambling and rambling without there being an end in site i could use all small caps if i wanted or not depending how i am feeling but i can keep blabbing with no formal pronouncitaion at all just a long never ending sentence how can this help the kids nowadays who already have poor spelling learn proper punctionatiion and spelling when in most their life they dont even have to consider using anything they can just blab on wow.

Thursday, November 10, 2005


Dear Diary, wait I mean....

Dear Blog,

There are certain reasons why I am against you, let me count the ways.

ONE: Blogs vs. Diaries.

Definition of diary (from
n. pl. di·a·ries
1. A daily record, especially a personal record of events, experiences, and observations; a journal.
2. A book for use in keeping a personal record, as of experiences.

First we should consider historically what a diary is and how it functioned in society. A diary is usually a daily log, or journal of events that happened to the writer. There are different forms of diaries: including the log, which is usually considered to be more technical and scientific; the journal also having scientific connotations; and the traditional personal diary covering topics of you everyday life. Well blogs have taken on all the connotations that come alone with diary, more specifically the twelve year old girl laying on her bed writing about the cute boy in school and pulling out all the stops to hide her diary from her brother type connotations.

Now that we all realize what a diary is lets compare that to a blog.
  • Both diaries and blogs are current records of personal activities
  • They are both generally adopted by twelve year old girls. (Recently older men have also adopted them, possibly to appeal to the younger girls?)
  • Diaries are typically hidden and secret, unlike blogs that are completely open to the public and open to everybody in the world
This brings me to the guts of this 'post'. Blogs are the same thing as a diary, yet they are not private. Why would I want to go read about your life, unless of course you were hiding it from me. I would much rather talk to you in person, or even have a so-called conversation through e-mail with you.

Blogs are the extreme of impersonal. Now I can't even have a broken e-mail or messenger conversation with someone about their life, I have to go read about it on the internet, like a newspaper. Oh and by the way, I make an effort to avoid reading, so I will never learn anything about someone's life from their blog.

You may ask 'Why are you writing this in a blog, when you should be writing in a more scholarly sense?'
And I answer thee, 'Because I want to appeal to the masses'.

Thus concludes this diary entry.

Monday, October 31, 2005


Happy Non-Blog Day!
It is completely against all my morals creating a "blog", but you gotta do what you gotta do.